please help!!!!

hi everyone i have a 2001 yz 250f and have had it for about 5 months(i know I'm in the 2 stroke forum let me get to the point), and i'am a bit sick of doing all the 4 stroke maintenance and have heard horror stories about expensive rebuilds and stuff. originaly when i was searching for a bike i wanted a 250 2stroke, but this bike came along and was owned by a mechanic so i got the 250f

with the 250f i wish for a bit more pull sometimes and some more top end, a more exciting ride

so now i'am thinking of going to a yz250 stroke as i was going to do, i did test ride one but only for a minute so i think i can handle it(i did go from a ttr 90 to a yz 250f very good with a 3 year no riding gap between the 2)

will the 250 2 stroke have less maintenace and be easier to live with

i need to make a decision fast as i will be going to a awesome country town where you can ride far as the eye can see in a month or 2

I would go for the 2 stroke. The maintenance is easer and much cheaper. And i thing the 250 2 strokes are more fun to ride

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